1. The superintendent shall at least two times in each year designate a past day as of which every bank, trust company, private banker and, in the discretion of the superintendent, a bank holding company and any non-banking subsidiary thereof shall render a periodical report of condition to him. He shall deliver or mail a notice designating such day to such bank, trust company, private banker, bank holding company or any non-banking subsidiary thereof at its principal office.
3. In addition to any reports expressly required by this chapter to be made, the superintendent may require any banking organization, licensed lender, licensed casher of checks, licensed mortgage banker, foreign banking corporation licensed by the superintendent to do business in this state, bank holding company and any non-banking subsidiary thereof, corporate affiliate of a corporate banking organization within the meaning of subdivision six of section thirty-six of this article and any non-banking subsidiary of a corporation which is an affiliate of a corporate banking organization within the meaning of subdivision six-a of section thirty-six of this article to make special reports to him at such times as he may prescribe.
4. The superintendent, except as otherwise expressly provided in this chapter, may prescribe the form and contents of all periodical and all special reports.
5. The superintendent may extend at his discretion the time within which a banking organization, foreign banking corporation licensed by the superintendent to do business in this state, bank holding company or any non-banking subsidiary thereof, licensed casher of checks, licensed mortgage banker, private banker or licensed lender is required to make and file any report to the superintendent.
6. For purposes of this section thirty-seven the terms “bank holding company” and “non-banking subsidiary” shall be defined as such terms are defined in article three-A of this chapter.
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